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Subject: Re: Women's Investing Clubs Date: 6/13/2001 3:58 PM
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Looking to join a women's investing club. I'm in New Jersey, does it matter where you live? Any information would be helpful. Thanks!

Hi rhoma2,

Sorry for the delay in responding; I just learned of the existence of this board. If you'd like to locate an investment club in NJ (or even start your own), you might want to post your inquiry on the Folly in New Jersey discussion board:

http://boards.fool.com/Messages.asp?bid=110028

As for whether it matters where you live, I should think it would be more rewarding and sociable to join a club near you. That way you get a chance to know the other members and gauge your compatibility in terms of financial goals.

Hope this helps,

Jeanie
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